Range forwardA forward exchange rate contract that places upper and lower bounds on the future cost of foreign exchange.
Forward priceForward price
In any forward market, the price of the item being traded for delivery at a future date; in exchange markets, the forward rate.
Forward integrationForward integration
Acquisition by a firm of a larger part of its distribution chain, moving it closer to selling directly to its ultimate customers.
Forward linkageForward linkage
The provision by one firm or industry of produced inputs to another firm or industry.
Loss Carry Back (Carry Forward)Loss Carry Back (Carry Forward)
A tax provision that allows operating losses to be used as a tax shield to reduce taxable income in prior and future years. Losses can be carried backward for up to three years and forward for up to 15 years under current tax codes.
Acts as a travel agent for cargo. A forwarder specializes in arranging the transport and completing required shipping documentation. Some are affiliated with NVOCC services. In the United States they are licensed by the Federal Maritime Commission.
Further Suggestionsforward pricing
Long term forward contracts
Forward exchange rate
Forward foreign exchange rate
Forward looking multiple
Forward foreign exchange contract
Forward forward contract
Expectations theory of forward exchange rates
Foreign currency forward contract
Forward interest rate